Finding an ideal family-friendly hotel in Salt Lake City does not have to be difficult. Welcome to Little America Hotel, a nice option for travelers like you.
Given the close proximity of popular landmarks, such as Joseph Smith Memorial Building (0.8 mi) and Beehive House (0.9 mi), guests of Little America Hotel can easily experience some of Salt Lake City's most well known attractions.
Rooms at Little America Hotel provide a flat screen TV, air conditioning, and a refrigerator, and guests can stay connected with free wifi.
In addition, while staying at Little America Hotel guests have access to a 24 hour front desk, 24 hour check-in, and a concierge. You can also enjoy a pool and breakfast. Need a place to park? Parking is available at Little America Hotel.
While visiting Salt Lake City, you may want to try some chicken and waffles at one of the nearby restaurants, such as Pig & a Jelly Jar or Avenues Proper.
There is no shortage of things to do in the area: explore popular art museums such as Utah Museum of Fine Arts, Utah Museum of Contemporary Art, and Salt Lake Art Center.
Little America Hotel looks forward to welcoming you on your visit to Salt Lake City.
It was an incredible 10 days in Salt Lake City thanks in large part to our stay at Little America, this is a hotel that values customer service, has luxurious rooms and a staff that rigorously adheres to the highest standards. Little America is centrally located in Salt Lake City's downtown area, we had booked our room in the Towers and thanks to Isaac at the front desk we were able to get a corner room on a higher floor, the views were incredible as was the room. The room was by any standard a suite, with a large bathroom and seating area that included a couch and two chairs. There was a balcony that overlooked the downtown area. Initially, we had an issue with the hot water but Vince from engineering explained the issue and very quickly solved it. The pool is worth the visit, it’s a combination indoor/outdoor pool that was during our stay very clean as were the two hot tubs that we enjoyed daily, a sweet lady (Kiem) was there and she was very helpful. The Utah State Capitol is a “walk” up the hill past Temple Square but if you want to get your steps in for the day it’s worth the hike, it is a beautiful structure inside and out. You can access most of the building and the pictures will be memorable. There are many amazing restaurants a short walk or light rail ride away from Little America, also worth noting is the “fare free zone” is just about all of downtown. The light rail was clean and not crowded but we did note few people wore mask on the light rail or in Salt Lake in general, that could be a cultural thing but worth knowing as the Covid crisis continues. Restaurants that we visited did adhere to Covid guidelines which was reassuring. We took a number of day trips outside Salt Lake including Ogden, Park City and Jackson Hole, WY. Ogden and Park City were manageable but I must admit the 12-hour plus day (5 hour drive each way) was exhausting and I would not do it again. Jackson Hole was spectacular but it’s a heck of a drive and I needed a day to recover, thank goodness for the pool at Little America. On our next visit we will stay a day or two in Jackson Hole. We had dinner in The Coffee Shop in Little America one night, the service was excellent and the quality of the food exceeded our expectations, having said that with so many quality restaurants in the area it’s worth the effort to explore. Little America was a great experience, while many guest didn’t wear mask the hotel staff did, it was clean and despite the local culture Little America did their best to adhere to CDC guidelines. Given the time of our visit we were able to social distance and only twice stepped off an elevator due to the crowding and lack of mask wearing by other guest. We highly recommend Little America for its staff, guest rooms and general ambience, we will return soon.…
This hotel was everything I was hoping it would be. Classic style, traditional service, with a vintage feel! We stayed in room 5106 which had a great garden tub, fountains outside our window, and a nice firm bed. A separate vanity with sink was incredibly convenient! The grounds were stunning with spring flowers everywhere and the check-in was swift and easy. This hotel is the perfect location downtown (we ended up walking everywhere) I highly recommend the Cafe for breakfast or dinner, and avoid the pool area on friday/Saturday night unless you love children. Sunday we had the hot tubs and pool to ourselves but the water could have been cleaner. Background music was lovely throughout the hotel like Sinatra, Glenn Miller, Billie Holiday, etc. We will be coming back again soon!
Great location, beautiful lobby BUT: once you leave the lobby: facilities maps provided doesn’t show/list assigned room, no hallways sings to the rooms or facilities. Once in the room: road noice, no switch to the bathroom heater, shower curtains rails in need lubrications, low, low toilet seat, frozen refrigerator,
This our second time in two years that we have stayed at Little America. What a beautiful hotel. The main lobby and event rooms are gorgeous. You can see that they are renovating some of the hotel rooms in the off-section and I am sure they will make a few changes here and there in other room areas. Our room was clean and VERY roomy with a king bed and a large sitting area. Breakfast meals were excellent. Little America is very convenient to the metro stop being less than a block away. (From the airport it was only $1.25-$2.50/pp for the metro...pay at the light rail stop. I highly recommend the light rail to the airport---only 20 min ride) Hotel was only 3-4 blocks from Temple Plaza....an easy walk.
My family stayed at Little America when it initially opened many years ago. We were excited to return on our recent visit to SLC. Nice grounds, lobby and conference rooms, but that’s were it stopped for us. We stayed in the old section. It is in serious need of updating as the carpet in the hallways and the rooms smelled musty. On the first night the toilet nearly overflowed and my husband and son had to call maintenance. It happened AGAIN on the second night of our stay! We also had a sink that wouldn’t drain. We had to call the front desk TWICE and finally at 11pm the maintenance man finally came. When we checked out I made the front desk aware of what we encountered and I got simply a “so sorry to hear that.” Needless to say, we won’t make this our hotel of choice during my son’s stay at the U of U. Super dissatisfied with the management and the hotel in general.…